â€˜What is Your Plan?â€™ Obstacle and Solution Table
Support Person/ Materials
Ideas to Reduce the Likelihood of Recurrence
Student misuse/abuse of technology, the school/district network, and/or information.
Follow the behavior policy and refer to the acceptable usage policy of Singapore International School.
Mr. Daan Ebbers, Deputy Principal / Behavior policy and acceptable usage policy.
Highly and effectively monitor studentâ€™s usage of technology both provided by the school and brought on their own. Also, make sure to swiftly and consistently apply any behavioral management techniques. Remind students of the need and ability to be proper Digital Citizens (ISTE, 2016)
Singapore International School (SIS) has three separate computer labs with around 20 computers each. Both libraries also have computer banks.
Mr. Nicholas Cock, ICT instructor and Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Anh Tai, IT director / Computer labs and libraries.
There are occasional conflict issues with scheduling that could be better resolved with an online scheduling tool that would allow teachers to book the labs without having to email either of the two support people.
Hardware or software issues.
The hardware at SIS is quite new and functional. Occasionally the internet will go down and a back-up pen and paper assignment will be completed in lieu. If a student cannot remember a password, then the teacher will log into the administrator side of the software they are attempting to use and give them their password.
Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Anh Tai, IT director / Specific software administrator tools.
Paste studentsâ€™ passwords inside their ICT notebooks so that they have a physical resource to go to if they forget.
Materials for use in lessons.
Materials within the year 3 curriculum are in compliance with SIS acceptable usage policies.
Mr. Niall Reed, Primary Head of Studies / SIS acceptable usage policy
Ensure that the curriculum deigned for year 3 is followed.
Support for technical difficulties or technology related misbehaviors.
Contact the appropriate person.
Mr. Daan Ebbers, Deputy Principal, Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Ahn Tai, IT Director / Behavior policy and acceptable usage policy.
The teacher should make sure that any technological tool needed to conduct a lesson is in proper working order before the lesson is conducted. If the teacher observes a student misbehaving with technological tools, then they should act swiftly and stop the misbehavior before any damage is done and discipline the student in accordance with the SIS discipline policy.
Note.5 obstacle or problems that may arise and how to deal with them.